“Government bigwigs in India plan to prevent an AIDS plague from engulfing their country by banning natives from having sex with tourists and other foreigners.”
I didn’t know of this amusing suggestion on how to control AIDS by Dr Avtar Singh Paintal, the then director general of the Indian Council for Medical Research, in 1988:
This is a totally foreign disease, and the only way to stop its spread is to stop sexual contacts between Indians and foreigners.
If only someone had stopped that human-monkey contact in the first place.
A report dated September 13, 1988 in the Weekly World News: